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Don’t Get Caught in the Great Green Wind Scam’s Web of Lies!  

Author:  | General, Impacts, Maine

The Maine Woods, a publication of the Forest Ecology Network (

Volume Twelve, Number One, January 2012

Don’t Get Caught in the Great Green Wind Scam’s Web of Lies!


  • Great Green Mountaintop Industrial Wind Scam, A Voice in the Wilderness – by Jonathan Carter
  • The Villains of Mountaintop Industrial Wind: The Mountain Slayers and Profiteers of Maine
  • Corporate Cronyism and the Great Green Wind Scam Flow Chart
  • The Great Green Wind Scam – by Jonathan Carter
  • Wind Integration: Does It Reduce Pollution and Greenhouse Gas Emissions? – by the Institute for Energy Research
  • Wind Power Won’t Cool Down the Planet: Often Enough It Leads to Higher Carbon Emissions – by Robert Bryce
  • Why the Wind Industry Is Full of Hot Air and Costing You Big Bucks – by Robert Bryce
  • Industrial Wind Power Output FAQ – by National Wind Watch
  • A Letter to the Department of Environmental Protection – by Bradbury Blake
  • Industrial Wind Update: Municipal and Legal – by Lynne Williams
  • Nature of the Noise Issues – by the Acoustic Ecology Institute
  • Blackpoll Warbler Kill at Laurel Mountain Wind Farm
  • Bird Backers Rip Feds on Wind Power Rules – by Kristy Hessman
  • Raptors and California’s Altamont Pass
  • Industrial Wind Energy Projects in Maine
  • Real Estate Values and Grid-Scale Wind Energy Facilities – by Karen Pease
  • Review of Events on Vinalhaven
  • Is There an Environmentalist in the House? – by David P. Corrigan
  • Flaws in the Wind Power Permitting Process – by Monique Amiel and Steve Thurston
  • Flaws in the Expedited Wind Permitting Process – by Bob Weingarten
  • Bats Worth Billions to Agriculture: Pest-Control Services at Risk – by J.G. Boyles, P. Cryan, G. McCracken, and T. Kunz
  • Wind Turbines and Forest Fires – by Clyde McDonald
  • Thoughts on Climate Change, Energy, and Forests: The Way Ahead – by Jonathan Carter
  • When I Lay Down to Sleep – by David Corrigan
  • The Facts about Wind Energy Development in Maine

Download original document: “The Maine Woods, Volume 12, Number 1, January 2012

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